VINTAGE ST. PETE: The ‘racist mural controversy’ of 1966

Tuesday (June 9), the the City of St. Petersburg Community Planning & Preservation Commission will vote on a proposed marker, to be placed in the City Hall stairwell, commemorating the removal of the mural in 1966; This is the story...

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Local business leaders on race relations: ‘Find a way to get comfortable with being uncomfortable’

Tough conversations and intentional efforts to diversify personal and professional relationships are among the steps four business leaders in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area say are needed to improve the state of race relations.

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St. Pete City Council kicks off hurricane season with renewed focus on building in flood-prone areas

The St. Petersburg City Council will hold a public hearing this week on a plan that would allow consideration of increased development in parts of the city that are prone to flooding.

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St. Pete’s protests, from one reporter on the ground

On this episode, Megan Holmes, managing editor of the St. Pete Catalyst join Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, and Joe Hamilton, publisher of the St. Pete Catalyst to talk about St. Petersburg’s protests and COVID-19.

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How St. Pete’s CrossFit community is responding to CEO’s Black Lives Matter controversy

St. Petersburg’s CrossFit community is in the midst of responding to national backlash against the CrossFit brand after inflammatory tweets, emails and comments were made by CrossFit founder and CEO Greg Glassman over the weekend.

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The Shuffle

Brian Tunis
Trenam Law



International Consortium of Minority Cyber Professionals plans Tampa chapter

A New York-based nonprofit focused on the academic and professional success of minority cybersecurity students and professionals plans to open a chapter in Tampa this year.

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Kriseman, advisors urge public to follow mask guidance as more COVID-19 cases are tallied

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and a team of advisors continue to stress the importance of wearing a face covering to slow the spread of COVID-19, as the number of cases in the city and in Pinellas County continue to climb.

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Covid Cases by Zip Code


Ep. 19: Susana Weymouth

Susana Weymouth of Tampa Bay Business for Culture and Arts joins Joe Hamilton in the virtual studio.

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June 8

June 8

June 9-11

Is this the end of productivity? [Vox]

Amid the pandemic, workers whose jobs once defined their lives are questioning what it was all for.

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